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Glaucoma: Sources and Notes

- Bron. Glaucoma, know how useful! Medi-Text Editions 2004.

- JP Nordmann, Ph Denis. Glaucoma: A guide for patients. Bash Medical Editions 2004.

- JB Letissier, Glaucoma, Francophone Review of Orthoptics, Volume 6, Issue 3, July-September 2013, Pages 100-110.

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